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The Beginning of Difference: How the Authors of Genesis Thought about Themselves and Others By Theodore Hiebert
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This book contains twelve studies of the ways in which the authors of Genesis viewed cultural difference. Each chapter focuses on a single narrative from the book of Genesis, analyzing its... More > author’s view of Israel’s own identity and its author’s view of the Other. The aim of these studies is to find out whether the ideas about difference at the very beginning of our biblical traditions provide resources for our thinking about and living with diversity today or whether these beginnings provided obstacles for thinking about our life together.< Less
C. H. Spurgeon's Expositions Volume 1 By C. H. Spurgeon
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Before delivering a sermon, C. H. Spurgeon read a portion of Scripture, interrupting his readings with spontaneous comments to expose the Scripture's meaning and content. Although these Expositions... More > were transcribed and mingled with his sermon publications, they have never been published as a work to themselves. A complete compilation of his expositions are here published in three volumes entitled C. H. Spurgeon's Expositions. While not every scripture of the Bible was covered in his expositions, the result is a ‘virtual’ concise Bible commentary. Volume one contains his expositions from Genesis through Song of Solomon. Spurgeon's expositions show a spontaneity of thought, and have a rhythmic presentation which his written sermons do not contain. President James A. Garfield described them as "familiar and sensible." They are also profound, demonstrating his burning desire and urgency to comfort God's people in declaring the Good News of the Lord Jesus Christ.< Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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